A person may serve as President only after serving at least one year as a good standing member, as defined in Article III, Section 4B, of the PTO. The President shall be the principal executive officer of the organization and, subject to the control of the Executive Committee and the direction of the membership, shall in general:

  1. Supervise and control all of the activities of the organization.
  2. Preside at all meetings of the Executive Committee and all general membership meetings
  3. Produce and distribute the agenda for the meetings
  4. Maintain the calendar of events
  5. Appoint a Chairman for Standing and Special Committees Chair and event volunteers
  6. Assist with coordination of events and event volunteers
  7. The President shall submit an annual written PTO report to all members and to the Principal before the term of office expires each year
  8. The President shall serve as the official representative of the PTO and retain all official records of the organization


  1. In the absence of the President, shall perform the duties of the President
  2. Manage the PTO membership drive
  3. Receive from the Treasurer the list of members who have paid dues shall see that all notices are duly given in accordance with these Bylaws
  4. Maintain database of volunteers and provide lists as required
  5. Perform other duties as assigned by the President or the Executive Committe


  1. Record and distribute minutes of all Executive Committee and general membership PTO meetings
  2. Prepare agendas for official PTO meetings
  3. Hold historical records for the PTO
  4. Update and maintain the PTO webpage on the BAS web site
  5. Create election ballots for yearly elections
  6. The Secretary shall perform such other duties as may be assigned by the President or a Vice President


  1. Responsible for all funds of the organization and shall receive and give receipts for monies due and payable to the organization from all sources
  2. Deposit such funds in such banks or other organizations as are selected by the Executive Committee or membership in accordance with the budget adopted by the membership
  3. Collect all membership dues as are established by the organization and shall certify to the Secretary an accurate list of the paying members of the organization
  4. Present a written financial report at each Regular Meeting of the membership and at other times as requested by the Executive Committee
  5. Perform such other duties as are assigned by the President or a Vice President


  1. Responsible for publicity for all events of the organization
  2. Keeps the official history of the organization and shall keep an annual record of all of the activities of the organization
  3. Follows national, state, and local legislative issues pertaining to education and reports on critical issues to PTO
  4. Performs such other duties as assigned by the President or Vice President